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WOOD RIV. CENTER, BCFFALO CO., N.T.
STENT THrHSBAT HOBJUSO.
TdTjin Tar Year,
: $2 00
Independent In Everything
V IVeutral In It'othlng.
THl'KSDAY, JUNE U, ISf.O.
V'r. J. Reck, of Columbuf, la our appointed
gebt for the -EcAe; and i euthorUed to ra
and receipt for, moneys for the aaine.
Ave I back nuain. to the cheerful.
plfeasant groves and meadow a of Wood
ivef to our anticipated home, to
lbor and to duty. e bad a pleas
lint trip of twenty days, twelve ol
which we spent on the road, and eight
3ay at pleasant Elhsdii'.e.' vith our
friends and littl ones. Then at Coun
cil Jiluff, Omnha, and Florence, we
met many old friends, wiih heaits
generous and true, whose kindly feel
ings, and wtrm welcome, has served
to dispel the gloom, from many a sad,
and otherwise, weary hour. V e found
etch of thoae marts of business, thron
ged with bus:liug emigrants, and
busy trades people, giving an old
fashioned appearanced of unnimation
ad good time, MercfiajiU and busi
ness men, looked cheerful, and satis-
fied with flattering, and hopeful ep
'pcaranco. of an improved financial
' condition of the country.) With much
satisfaction we noticed, that our little
Echo was almost university received
with approbation, and marked appro
val, and mtny were the generous
kindnesses, and a! ten tire favors we
met, not only in the piaffes mentioned,'
but along the thoroughfare up and
dvwn. Many thanks .to our friends,
for theii kindly expression of feelings
for our weilfare, as well, as fur their
many generous favors ..nd attentions.
-We do UQt,uorsna we forgetj
Ah, Moses! Where art Thoaf
Sergeant Breckenridge in forma us, that
brother MoseS-P Shinn (Hose for ahort)
has beeifielling lies about him, by re
potingalong.cne south side route, to ev
ery little boy, old woman and straggling
pawnee, that the Baid sergeant, charged
,.n eiugrent $10, for pulling him out of
' j rjfyer. This the sergeant cmphatical-
y - denies and says ttiat brother Moses
- r nanirhtv atnriea ahnnf. tntn
, ... -- ' --j o-v
f t He saya, that learning, ay man -was
M Called in the rirer. he went down- faa
? , if ' i v
V i any christian should do) wits a squad
' "j 'vf soldiers to help him out, and found
f ae had, with a very heavy load aad frae
tious horiea, got out of the road, avUa
to deep water, and stuck faat. Xkitv
vices of himself and men wer6 tttb"l,
to aaiat him out ; the Utm-iar 8J
wishing to Lavs any ttoubl,' or idmr
. self, proposed t- Hi o Jearo kli
wWoo) and grft.'ajsy vi tea'dollors lo'
briVg wagoft suore. soldiers
didlsrfind rented th pVr.lsei ro
, irft'efd. :' Iff Ixsplicitly 'ielieyNh ser-
' 'torfrttat 'lis eUbc charge or
, raccived the money ( frhad it been ot'4
m erwiae, w fel aftred that ho would
)' ' h-., forwarded atf a conple of dollars to
She credit of curnica little Echo. Now,
lirotMt 2Ssm, fiun't tii tnzrv mi ui
.. araaK and aav BaefrVvjrord. f,rns
wedcaa't advtsupecple tt cr&u at your
-ttheJiaf was hout of its banks, at
4,) 4ugiyiy we ao:vi ay f inw you
"i-Pt'h tla ,tef' lat "-
,V f ; n know, yV.l
... ji.earty; -"tow, Me, yo0 shouldn't
. r . -v. 1.UUVU, iutu veu yarns
, Wb'rWo e JyiU-believe themand
. 1 ' ; ba" rtp'ie 1and threaten to -hip
; ' ' ' "ecape all wtn b fooUeaeiigh
, ..; ' ' . W5rk against truth and common ssiHe
' ' ? ; 'fV fi oIlr Hd Lilfi in your
:i ... ; lionti te!i evervbodv, as you
'l-ds,tUt you will oloar $1,000 out
':' '- -V- 70f f rry this yoar tit tpUeofth
: -.-y :VAi: V, ''fl- r- - ;
'. ",'5, Sow,' ;M(.is4. for ona heed aittls
yirC'"'ronU ruo TWnl diking
i "S'. tt?t- ;'V "t fc?t f" -people ,
1 V il ''t,' y ssv'ngyoa eregas- j
.t ffao grtedy for gold as to
1 V;j'V.farin taut a erJ''
V K-r dollars. Dtn'l
';- i.x? yiUKstte rivw'
t. TtcjU lift I
forded it at Eerrnay, back and forward,
every day this season, without one ae-
rions or fatal' acoidrnt tht'.t we nave
lieard of. To be sure tho water is high
but not impassable, or dangerous.
j2TThe eonteated scat, in the House,
belonging to the dclegste from Nebraska,
has beeu given to Mr. Daily, a republi
can the opponent of Mr. Eatabrook.
What better could have been expected
of a Black Republican House ? Nothing 1
Rain, Rais I At day-bruak, on last
Sunday morning, a grateful and refresh
ing shower of rain commenced falling,
whice continuod through tho day, aatur
ating the soil to the depth of eight of
ten inches, reviving and invigorating
the grass, herbage and vegetation
which hit scarcely, before, this season
been fairly watered by the slight show'
ers that have fallen. The prairie is
now in fine order for breaking, the
fields for plowing, and crops and gar
dens for cultivating and, we believe
our neighbors are improving the time
and circumstances, amply. There ie
still time for planting tho very earll
est varieties of corn, potatoes and 0th
er vegetable. Buckwceat should be
sown this month. TVe hope to see ev
ery one using due exertion, that the
utmost ef every species of crops may
be produced, for all will be needed,
and bring a good, remunerating pnee
Crops Fruits Gardens.
Although we have had but the merest
trifle of rain, till recently, in thia region,
this season, crops look astonishingly
fine. They have a bubstrata of soil a
clay beneath the black loom on top of
the ground that holds the moisture most
astonishingly. Corn, wheat, oats, rye,
sugar-cane and potatoes, look remark
ably well and promising. We see no
reason why this will hot be iht best
wheat growing region in the West.
j Yfe have seme hundreds of apple, and
o&er fruit trees, and vines and shrub
bery, most of which look well, ann
aeems to nourish moat' Vigorously and,
even the (st yeifB planting, is produc
ing curranta. Tho wild-fruit crop, tho
not extensive in variety, is made up in
quantity gooseberries are abundant and
fine, and, we never saw plum trees so
abundantly laden, grapes also bid fair
for a full crop. Our garden looks ex
tremely well. Radishoa, lettuces, and
onions have become an old story by fre
quent and femlli ir use, and, green peas
and beans erenow becoming tn vogue,
the former, of 'which, we havs already
, We think our citizens should be much
encouraged, as we consider crop-growing,
here, a success, beyond a doubt and,
shall in future, act accordingly. We
have had little opportunity to examine
the crops of our neighbors but, we ean
say of our own, we never saw crops look
more vigorous, far the time of year, tha4,
are ours here fieVJ potatoes inblf aa,
vines commencing to rnn, m4'jstto
eaVCan our 'neighbors East, be&t, ar
even match us ! v 4 . , w .1
Buffalo. As we motfoisr s,'-r
predicted, oiir beautiful.fowB site has.
been rudely trtmpKS trim by those
ugTy-loofcfnjj wf!u be kaown as
buffalo swi mtt 'lam.ttii boy" Is
ultcrfy CRftlite, by .'ahooting-stick"
or wthar aoaiis, t hinder the trespass.
early eviuy rfay since our return we
hare sees these ugly Uuizens of Hrrs-k
v M'iry, iroj our ou.ee unor or winnow
yme times busily feeding upon the
rich grass, and at other times, mak
ing docble quick time towards some
poiul they appeared exceedingly anxi
ous to reach ia the shortest possible
period. As e noticed their dark, ui
wieldy forms rushing eud plunging
across the level bottoms, to escape the
raking If d of the wVU man's niur.
d erous rifle, we faueied we eou'd di-
Miej u y glacis WMJt al-
USed air, as it, peered back upon tie
ouriy nunter, as mnch as to say, that,
fie distance, between them lenf ea-
chantment to the view.
Several partks Lave been out with
guns to drive tbrm off, and, in some
cases, resistance on the part of the
buffalobas been the prime cause of
their downfalls v -..
We intend tq keep tome weapons
handy, to ihat, should they go to kiclJ
up too maoh dust around our office, or
rob the porkers f their aeruttomed
slop, we shall not be responsible for
their safety. Wt ht determined oot
to be lit, by the Maptf , M
haxards, and should the Eekc fl
at any time to make its aociutoaed
visit, it may be inferiad that either
rttrelf or aa huge biffalo baa fej
Icr, and per chance, tditor, rm'ntsr
tfwW r... ..,r
;'rre.tr?n tbir dutr.
I 1 . . M . I .it
urD ' h fntt boiled
l(r ricgmng ;
We adiiso all emigrants, travelers
and passers, to come armed and
equipped, that they may fight llielr
way clear, and teach these, almott
savage animals, better them to molest
honest and quiet eitis ens, as they pass
.along the highway
'But screw their eoaraga to the sticking plaoe
TJoawed by power and unapplied by fear."
Trouble with the Indians.
By Express to Ft. Kearney, just
arrived, we have Ute advice from
Carson Valley, of sorrowfull character
It seems that some trouble had oc
cuted between the Indians and settlers
in the valley, and the whites collected
and persued a band of some 300 Ft
utee and Bannocks tip into a kanyon
of the nfountains. when the Indians
frncd, and fought with desperation
killing CO of the settlers. The iudians
had also attacked the Tony Express
anrl k'llad two of ihe riders. The
troops in Utah had burn called upon,
and all had gone in permit of the in
dians. There is too much reason to
beltive thia news entirely reliable.
The Hirer Bit t
A few days since, some of the mem
bers of a Company claiming to have
come from the vicinity of Chicago, in
passing through this neighborhood, suc
ceeded in exchanging some worthless
Nebraska paper, for valuable articles,
with several of Our citizen, and then
went above and camped for the sabbatt.
It soon became knowu that the biU
were valueless. The citizens, armed w.ti
warrants, and close shooting weapons,
repaired to the camp and eaptur d tb
rascals without resistance, who hastifr
forked over the amount represented ly
tho bogus bills, and a smart of $5 a
light tax for the privilege of being rai-
Let thia be a warning to all petty
rogues Vi ho pass along here, among hot
est, hard-working people, for we wout
be swindled if we can help it.
V An Accident.
1 Whilst in Omaha the other day, w:
were startled by a cry iu tho struct of
stoptbief! stop thief I!
With the rest of mankind we rushU
out and saw a "peaker" with a hugs
load of goods, making off in hot haste
with a whole train in in bis wake, re
echoing the about. ' The man in the fead
being very heavily loaded, -waa soon
broagty to, end upon tuiung Ee vaase
of the fuss, was informed that he was
suspected of halj ';.)la the goods
with which he-Waa a tapidlT making
off. The fellow laid down his load, aad
his load, guw.iouite eteUlwd the
crowds ' Whs his merriment '-aa s n-
aAhegav. ''iS.and ' '
,nglamatfo-.t , M Kruomer
Tov d i-dtools you areas soft as p R ju-t... j"
toadatools auagrten as suasTH Thiuk
I'd be suob ninny ard si-nplcton as to
epend ray time stealing goods when I can
bv, them so cheap at McGcath's! Why,
a follow can buv them there for half tbejMcGeath, Brothers, dt Ce.
money it would cost to steal them, ana a
fellow would be a blamed fool to steal
under such circumstanoes."
The crowd dispersed, and we run down
to McGeath's to see, aid went away eat
i8fied the "peaker" was right ! ,
. . . t
--AIasf IfOTVjpallen !
The ruins of tbut once noble atructurc,
Concert Hall, still stands at the lower
nit nt Ttr.-mdivav. in Gnnncll TJIuffs. ft
momento of the energy of Mr. Palmer,)
nity and its owner, George Parks
The latter is as generous and pleasant
a fellow aa one will find in a thousand
miles rida. Sinee bis misfortune, be
cheap, aad t9oit iuA'i&sJL l
too low, just call b at his neighbo.next
door, and you will be suited no mis
take j a firm that an too poor to 4ver
tise,that will mark alittle 2 dollar laper
like ours "not wante4," can't sell isny
goods, and consequet'.ij must p4 ou
huge pricee, and will soon go tuer
look out for them. '
"Mjr Klnajdora for a llort :
Those were days of great bargains, Then
such wonderful offers were publicly bro-
cl aimed, and, lueky the fellow whoops
eed to eitcb such a bite of a baain
en so magnificent a scale. '
f) a am all ana!a. It ia aait. DiaUn
- . f " - (-"
may do nearly as well at W, LI. lob
tnaon's store, ia Council Bluffs low-
$rdsw4y.efc the Old 4 ElepUnt
'.t.tiM m -I 1'. Li
hna onnn fin to tba heid of , Kl-L-i V( r i J, aTJT.TT
a-T7-.-f.-- r ',mrn -jcrwiS4 nui.';ift?:i!
- - .f.-...i q .,41 jnw. m cotcpan' front
yowng' man,' go o Paris. lie uu jv
rytLing'yott ever'hwwd of I-'- era-
4 If Voa fc-hduld 'tblnli ir'aeprioes
IU to I
. ' . . . ...
f T Robinson's ehsp go.df.
11 the rage rpw!
Snow Is FalUnf
Who ever saw a heavy storm of snow
away ia the middle of" June, in this la(
itude, except in a mountainous oountry 1
We didn't, ceruinly, and we don't know
who did. But we do know who has the
best stock of Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
ac, a.e., iu uounou itluns, vis : it. r.
Snow & Co. Besides these he keeps Dry
Goods, Groceries, Wall paper, sc., and
Snow is putting down ordinary prices, a
means to run half the merchants out of
that market, aad we hope he will, for
there are some we wot of, in tha. plaee
and Omaha, who are too poor.and do too
little business) to enable them to adver
tise; so the sooner they are out of btui
nes the better, that more liberal, gen
erous, honest and energetio men, those
who will do their country some ser
vice, may not be annoyed, and the mer
cantile character of these markets, in
jured by such small-souled hash.
We shall occasionally lay before our
readers tho names of some of these lat
"Who will Bet on the Gray t"
A trotting match is said to have come
off in the vicinity of Council Bluffs
The Black nag was backed by Bill, upon
a St. Louis saddle the grey was rode by
Peto, who sat upon a John B.Lewis sad
dle. The latter won Lewis saddles al
ways win. Horses wearing his bridles
never kick-up or run away but his hal
ters are fearful, get one around yours
or your horses neck, and either are gon
ers, no mistake, and no break !
vHis shop is on Broadway, and his hoart
and mind are both on the broad-guage
TeXRS IS A DlVl.SITT THAT ShaFZS OCR
Ends Roccn But there, Messrs. Fred
erickson & Jackson, at James' Block,
Lower Broadway, Council Bluffs, hare
the articles that will give one such a
polish, that their nearest friends won't
recognize them vpperendi, in hata, caps
oj bonnets ; tho pedals, in shoes, boots,
gaiters or slippers ; and the intermedi
ate space-may be garnished with the fin
est fabricrthhtthejopms of the Eaat
ean produce. They" have m'legant
Stock, and know well how to please
he most fastidious. If r'red & Jttck,
or their goods, dou't suit you, you are
hard to please.
Roll of Honor.
W. H. Sydenham ; '
JobVHetb,. -t ' '
G. B., Crocker, V
Mr.Sial-. ... -Ill,'
J,E. Boyd., rJs.s-K u.-...
Jamee:.CrsJa.---:t- -r--.-. - r-
H. J. Hudseo. -ir-- t
q jj. Barber
jj. K. Ish
Lacey Sf MeCormick
A. D. Jones
Mej. W. A. West
Dr. E. Lowe
Wm. Ruth (
J. H. Sahler
Porter 4, XbjtneJ
W. D. Johnson,
A. B. Lambvon
Clinton Be Baldwin
B. V. Springer
Zona Jrorsytli , 1
p. Tintcbel ; ' , . t-:
he. i:''&9& i hosA sA , atulsw,
ub4 ors, aad 13 wsjou. i Cape
v. - pTbrrn.'JTha1 wejctf 'as
j2-w.rfo'r tnerchandise, or cutwavd
bound on missions. Amasa Lyman,
C C Kich, (two of the twelve,)
were with the company. They were
32 days on the road to this plaee.
; ' For Utajbi
'Tuesday lt The first Mormon
train for tJtah passed, consisting of
31 wagons, 63ycke oxen, 35 cows
9 horses, with 169 souls, 97 mates,
aad 71 fcjuale, all well, and stock i
fine order. Captain W. Wallibg ?
Oleilt O. W. Crouch, fiergeant,
of Guard Andrew Petit ; Ohsplain
-.fl. W. Busssl.
f .TTb eompany are , weeks out
from Florence no accident or eiek
naas. A week previous, Mr. Lewis
passed tip with 0O hesd of sheep,
Ecltd Ueglnlry Office,
last of Emigrants, who have passed
through Wood River, Centre, on their
way to Tike's Peak, California ia
OLSmkh, B S Ripley, D J Al
len, D S Kflloff, ALBilling. A
Woodward, W W Goodwin, J W Ep
ley, J Mason, W Beam, C Dufferd,
Lizzie Thomasson, Juliaann Smal
shopper, O D Crone, II II Beck,
R G Arthur, J M Stuart. J G Dor
rell, W Dolerhide, A Leonard, S B
McNamar, J Sport, J Dolerhide,
C Slieela, G A Rogers, hi E Mc
Neal, B F PolJiemus, J J Short, J
Monroe, jun. W West, L W Rev
nolds, U C Peltier, F A Rulea'u,
C W Clarno, J H Guill, C O Wil
liams, V Lauck, D Doraold, E B
Patterson, Cornwall Sr Pr iest, II A
Brown 4 Co. W Esrnshaw, W
Brown, G Bfown, J ,D Brown,
Delia M Brown; Paulina Brown, II
G Brown, Martha J Brown, J W
Gurt, Malvina Gurt, J E Bartleaon,
II W Thompson, J W. Gonxales. 0
R Simons. I Biron, Ward, 0 F
Lehman, TG A Alien' E" W Simons,
T Bcham, A Beham, G Tintier, F'J
Snider, 0 H McCauley, J Jepson, B
Sanders. L Carter, D A Mc Cloud, N
F Holman, M T Hay, S Dvis, JT
Ganing, J Hand, B lutelmger. FM
Barnet, J L. Wedekii.fl, u u VVede
kind, S Hanper, 0 E Wills. E T
Hardin. M M May. JM Crawford,
J L Wiley, C W KcEwan, P 0
Felmoser J Townsen., J Height, F
Venley, B Barnwell, .1 Rider, A V
Bradley, J R Grahanc, J F Hrown,
J K Viuniicter, 1 Kis r, G Venley.
B D Gorney. Fob IObkoon. E
Makers nvd Co. J II Jfigetman,- M
Hauly, W W Alien MjD. J Wright.
For Salt La ex. G Walling, C
Cook, W N Cole, II B Morris, S
Taylor, R W Ballen, W R Tenney.
Mrs. B J Loose, L A Sawyer. P B
King, Mra. N B Mirvin, J Max
well, Mra. R Wilson, i W Ruasell,
J M Lewis. )
Karnes of Err.migrant for the mines
past Ft. Kearney, wiibn (he last two
weks. .Registered by Messrs. P;ck
& Robinson. All well. J L Nettle
ton, F Kennct, J Huikins fc Co. J
Phillips, WLowry, J P McGavron,
DII Hopkios. S R Fo?, C W Mather,
J R6t,-R J - Bondl Co. E P El
more. B P Pine CND IKSmitte,
C R Hurrison. P L HibeivjJ Bsid.
ion. J B Clements, H H Edwrr3T,t
E M Dickenson, & a ffood, 11 T
Young N BaclMder,G Stewart, J
II Harford. I Kcyon, Vv T Tar''.
HW Hall, II Clark, L Cawley.
, . .ay ems., - . .;. !
Lr im aigu waiagw.ui. wr
Vrf. xiA;driren, tb, Wers from
their home inl "ltbe are four on
ihe bii. iu roi.1 M;fV Offlcitps
bare seeu them. i?t alL
at A. Kearny mi U '
Thanks to W.IV., rmsn, P--M.
Omaha, N. T. SpwrrfJouncU Bl?f,
and S Lamb, of Wood ftiveT, tW V1'
sonaattei)tionsaod Uvori -.',r
A Theatrical corps,'', ispfayirjtJj
crowded houses, at Fl. Kearny s
Look out for the Census: takers!
Messrs. Cm ran & C'lopper," JPepi
M&r.halls are attending to the people
in the upper Platte Valley.
Col.-. H. N. Patterson, the spicy,
and talented -Editor, tt the O quak
Spectator, passed up rer the mines,
La few days since. We w.vh him golden
DriJ. A Henry, of Krcey City,
went down in stage 1 ast trip. v
The Platte ia, now iih, buv teams
still accasionally cross. . A newm ii.
lary ford has been mido across the
Platte, directly opposiU this place . " '
A gentleman just down from Denver,
met 6,400 teams in1n iajju ' ;
rr A .fefmsylvanis editrv, in an
ntt to.his i'srrcHj.s s.-yt-r-The cd
whiskey,; linen; b-eswav,, rool, and
esythin else tht ! taft eat.;
fc , Quasa that ehap js fodf ."'riedJ
wool and beeswax ! ! " 1 fV,KA
Opium Brmx iui IwoaotTbe
drinki-ig of epuitupus tiquoraJa ex
cess is constantly assoo aM with the
most daring detestable' criaies
with assaults, " 1 cter ael cl vio
lence, with ta Ll rj, ul wKli taurder
itself; and at .i thf ;uef
opium does ii f ru-Juto thssc earful
nod fatal results; . It ltd be doubt,
to a dreamy, and, wb tukeaj is ez
CP.fS, to a pselese exitnc ; jbnt, as
far ss regards its'actin on the, human
frame, this airt?ly perceptible
when tmplcryed i in cotttk.a. 1 1
htve often seen ojtia js raokfire who
have lived to el-hty s?3 tSuety t and
b one tnsUnc, a aw JTJntTOdaead
to me who lived ia a L" lt eon
vest to the sge of 104 year. W It has
been said, toe, Uitt li t M l opium
has been a grei Ispjdimec to rah
sionary labor. I rl kaew, whyi
but ibis I kriow4hatMftS the Bin
jsese who use o
;i mr..I.. ; bu 'Y
in the kingdom of tii
Chinese, among whom epium-rmok
whlevi4 La o hi
mg is almost universal, many havV
been convorted lo Christianity" ; ajyj
in China itself the, missionaries hfr.
had the mo.t sncce'se. and tftta.
dered the most essential ben'.g,, lo
opium smokers in particular.-, n.
"iff- . ;
. a -
Antelope Ssveral hunting rpnrti,
have brought into the neigh hood
young ontelepe they are gre.eeiul tnJ
beautiful little creatures. Wonder wj,0ii
go out and catch '6ne for us we uit 1
have a pat if for nothing olse,'t j0.
oie uown our garden.
Our Delay -
Last week, tj issued uo j aer, for a
reason. It is a good wlnd.'tfcat biuwi hkm. to
ao ooe, bat bl wind tha. f.Jlt a pivoJ Vi
Umber, aad bi d l0 ho!i tm -ma rf
1 . msw.u, m.rr ll. ail. Bare ,
la patu end labor sloof, and it baa b(f
airaela Of industrr and ljatlanca, tbat hat
dneed fair an appearance, in time so sfe a. " t i
feel almost react U HuH. Wowing, tuid Buffi' t
canse we'ro-ont-of-Cirars. . . - 4 '
Mas. R. c. BAKER, - .
This Is a comfortable and co r.-.i.d
fort will be bobtowed j. a
Guejta. " r ' ;
Gaod Stahl(' .J"t
Hay and grain, and Yards for St,ock
AuenuoH paid to Hie h r. ' .
grans cuareen nm tnotf' r-iU a;
Jd be asked'
ra k s "" issk
lj afualw.l itn Ika Aaiu I. P !,.' Vt 1
mils orth ot Denver City) wefe
t. M hich
pi Diic genn ij, maviCfy S-. X 1
aad improve I rbe ww, ui?""1 ' 1 cfl"d A
pared to JaiV- any u l Vt0?? prf" ?
mules, and oxer,; tui ttalf' ' '
(hat th ..v can give eAt;f" tbM''
a lars.atock of horVj .j '"'tf'
to sell ur'trad to ll.riiWn Jl "I
.,,. .iti v. VSnnd at all.
nation wi-h oar R,,f I.V'D i1" t0,:
Provisional ''' 'droeerisa,' J
, and OntfiHioff Oeda, foe wUea i J
V'-are r iv -aiiiit-n. ?.'!
snd for Refrrenee wetefer to orrrrtrona
generally- Vi'nXum; Bniitor a ft. Co.
OMAHA aT, . ,
Kespctrliy soflcita al from , ,
ire. and plerige.tbejve io- fur;,j"a,.r
articles' ia. thtlr Uue, tf 4:iatiV?'J.
such prices tbajt'ww.nt H eixeUf. ,
pity west of tha Mr.....ifj,i.- -
rbs stock is lt ne. and51. .V ' 8
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aavw aiaw- . .- f --.iLew ja
:,Sjrfca;fr I th.
C0CSTy PBYSIJCIAX3 AS FAMILIES
Ms jr; rely on baring nhr er.:,', v
ciers fiilid (.rotuptly and aS'ally . 1
and at aa low rate t laity other '
Pbyaiciatis Prsrlpt-ons ' Coref ull v ' Pt
pared. , . I7.tr. '
1 - 1 1 a. ir y j'
V I'm AUoatT l ua Afoat'j
The Cilumbiia Vrri !-y'ir-.
In operation, and In co-jo ri; ia- r- II
wu VM?;,iV li JWit
. .. " 'r. r. -' ft
iu-nou,'vreatij;, and iiujt.7 'x' lf-"w
land H4ne-e betUy tiaa. fjF sfVl
commodious boata, aro turt '-J tf": ta'J
win laacoj . from ostfts,! ii , wiU I
rapidity -ai.4 tai'et jvciJfi tlH .1,u aif-1
fieultisa aen&S tyMXreteMJ lavsm-taaA.
ed.-' 'rteae- f-ri- aii' 'A I f0,VthT'
North Platte re.iww?;-i wais suw
n.ioanu wen rua i t f. nnd.
Columbus, If . T., April lfw
STATION v. iAKD,
mih.s"sbo:'evCI arlfe Edrrai ton's:
j Keeps, .alrsavs en barU, Hey aad Grata.
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Ais (iomk cciiTO..anon t.- srtfy lu,
' , ury aad coo'ort Uiat ckja j
: v videdfortUaOuaeti,;'' W- f.
limner, sm gras.-iUftir n ,a..Wa ' 1 -'i
IwoTioise W x isaxos, 1 lCD "'fifio' 1 '
11 otbtf att-tk, per hea j '' ' 10. F '
i Columbus rnni.r ?al P
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